Call the Wild is the first stop for hunters who want to learn how to call or level up their calling skills. From the basics of blowing air to calling tips that you can use while hunting, Call the Wild's instructional videos and exercises teach you the skills you need to slay in the field.
Expert instructors with years of experience guide you through their tried-and-true training processes. In bite-size videos, instructors break down the complexities of calling into easy-to-understand lessons that you can watch at your own pace. Master your call by practicing with the accompanying exercises — no pressure, no judgment. Whether you're just beginning to hunt or you're looking to call more game into range, Call the Wild puts better calling within your reach.
Sometimes mixed in with an estrous buzz, sometimes a more subtle call on its own, the estrous mew is a cow's way of asking a bull, "Please?" A slight fluctuation in air pressure and nasally sound define the estrous mew.
Sometimes bulls sound like elk, and sometimes they sound like dragons. Listen closely for patterns in vocalizations from elk in your area. Cody shares some of his favorite variations on the basic bugle that he's picked up from decades-hunting elk.
The most important part of hunting and calling is just getting out there. For folks who can't use mouth calls, this dive into external calls explains how to apply the lessons using mouth calls to a push-button call like the Slayer Calls Enchantress.